I have Tusk D flex Pro Hand guards. Had them on my YZ with the blue plastic and it looked good, got a new Honda and got the replacement red plastic and it is not the correct color. Returning them but have to pay shipping. It is a good product but if you have a Honda get black or white. Truly the first time Rocky Mt has let me down bummed about the shipping fee.
First off, this is my first purchase with Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. I ordered the Tusk D-Flex Pro Hand-guards for my 2008 KLR 650, which was recommended by their website. My first test fit, I noticed that these will not work with the KLR handlebars. My first correspondence with customer service was to determine which of their handlebars were these hand-guards designed to fit. I thought no problem, easy fix... nope... after several days of emails and online chatting, they could not tell me and only said that they are universal. I know for a fact that these were designed to fit someones bar to come up with the design. So then I proceeded to request a refund, but I was told that since I installed them there was no refund. I corrected them as I did a test fit and not a full install, but they would not budge. I then was requested to send them pictures of the test fit to see if tech support could help. I sent the pictures showing that they would not work with the stock bars. I was again told that I would have to bend], fabricate cut to make them fit as they were "universal". I kept asking, then why are they listed to fit a KLR G2. I've been doing everything they have asked for 2 weeks and still I can not mount the hand-guards to my KLR G2. This is the worst customer service experience I have ever felt with. I now have to file a dispute with my credit card company over a refund that I should have received, as now it's my only option. I have no problem returning them, I just want my money back so I can buy some that do work on my KLR G2.
You always hear "you get what you pay for", but with Tusk products I feel you get much more for your dollar. I put the Tusk hand guard set on my KLR and have been very happy. They have taken abuse from a few falls and an occasional tree, showing some scratches, but never bending. My hands and levers have always been protected. That's what their for, right? No need for more expensive big name brands. These work great.
You cannot go wrong with any Tusk products. These hands guards are built very tough and we'll take anything you throw at it. No need to spend $150 on the Aussie brand LOL.. just make sure you get the right bar clamps. If you're running tapered bars make sure to get the 1 and 1/8. They are made for tapered bars even though it is not listed
I had an old set of bark Buster's on my bike . They were trashed and I needed a new set. They were Wiseco's, that's how old they were. Just looking for slyle and flexibility . I had to redrill a hole on each side, no biggie. They look nice and fit great.
These are the ultimate in rigid protection. I like how they protect your hands,wrists and further up. As a trail/enduro rider this also helps keep the controls from being grabbed by any obstacles. It only took one ride where a vine grabbed a handful of throttle for me to know it was time to get handguards